THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA

February 2, 1998

MEETING NO. 98-02: The Regular meeting of the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly, held in the Assembly Chambers of the Municipal Building, was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Dennis Egan.

  1. FLAG SALUTE was led by Mayor Egan.
  2. INVOCATION was not offered.
  3. ROLL CALL
  4. Assembly Present: Garrett, MacKinnon, Perkins, Powell, Egan, Hagevig, Muñoz, Koelsch

    Assembly Absent: Kibby

    A quorum was present.

    Staff Present: Marian Miller, Municipal Clerk; Dave Palmer, City Manager; John Corso, City Attorney; Craig Duncan, Finance Director; Steve Gilbertson, Lands and Resources Manager; Darcy Wert

  5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  6. 1. 12/15/97 - Regular Meeting No. 97-43

    MOTION by Powell, to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting No. 97-43, held on December 15, 1997, and asked unanimous consent. There being no objection, the minutes were approved.

    SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

    Ms. Hagevig was presented with flowers for her birthday.

    1. Presentation on Fee Demonstration Project for Juneau Forest Service Recreation Areas

    Karen Mollander, Juneau District Ranger, stated that over the past two weeks, four meetings were held, allowing public feedback on the proposed fee charge for recreation use in the Juneau area. Congress authorized the recreation fee demonstration project for federal agencies in 1996. She said the delay in implementing this project in Juneau was due to the construction of the Visitor Center and to allow the tourism operators to incorporate this additional fee in figuring their operating cost. The Congressional authorization allows fees to be charged for use in the developed sites at Eagle Beach, Lena Beach picnic areas, Auke campground, Auke Recreation, Mendenhall Glacier Recreation area which includes the Visitor’s Center, trailheads, and campground. This fee system would be implemented in 1999 and would allow the Forest Service to bridge the gap between the amount of money received from appropriated dollars and the recreation use demand. Current staffing has been accomplished through volunteers and reduced hours. Trails and sites have not been maintained and kept clean. The Forest Service is currently reviewing how a fee might be implemented, a good fee amount, and whether or not there should be a season pass or a one-time pass.

    Mr. Garrett referred to a program implemented in Oregon; at some beaches where there is a parking fee, businesses in the area allow that fee ticket to be used as a discount in their stores. He said the name of this program is the Sand Dollar program. He asked if people who have a special use permit would have to pay two fees. Ms. Mollander answered that the rec. fee demo program is a user fee, so every user would pay. Special use operators would pay their special use fee for their commercial use of the facilities and then each of the people they bring would also pay a fee.

    Mr. Garrett felt this was double dipping; some people would pay twice for the same experience. Ms. Mollander said it was difficult to implement a fair system if not all the users were charged a user fee.

    Joannie Packard, Juneau District Ranger, likened the special use permit to a royalty assessed against the number of users that go out under the permit. The special use permit fees go back to the Treasury and the district only receives 15 percent of that fee money. The Mendenhall Visitor’s Center charges .50 cent per person to the commercial operators. Some companies choose to charge that fee onto their tour price and some companies don’t, therefore it is not a user fee, it is a fee to conduct a private business on public land.

    Ms. Mollander said one of the nice things about the rec. fee demo program is that the district is allowed to bring back 80 percent to 100 percent of that user fee money. The Juneau Regional office has authorized a return of 100 percent to the site.

    Mayor Egan clarified that the money would be used in the district. Ms. Mollander understood that the money would go to the Treasury in a special account which could be accessed by the Juneau Ranger District.

    Ms. Muñoz asked how the fees would be collected. Ms. Mollander listed the various options; a turnstile control at the visitor center door or somewhere on Glacier spur road, parking fees, an individual pass or a pin.

    Ms. Hagevig felt that people were more willing to accept a parking fee; a fee that is attached to something tangible. She asked about the anticipated administration cost; would it cost more to collect money on and maintain equity in enforcement. Ms. Mollander answered that she had directed staff to design a program as simple and as fair as possible. The district is looking for something that has low administrative costs.

    Ms. Hagevig noted that placing user fees for a tighter or more confined space would be easier to manage. Ms. Mollander said that placing fees for parking would be the easiest program to manage.

    Mr. Powell asked if the district had considered a volunteer honor system. Ms. Mollander answered that this type of program had been considered for the trail system. Local proponents of trail maintenance have said that they would be willing to put in a fee, but they would prefer it to be a free rather than a dictated choice. She noted the associated cost in maintaining the feed tubes as they are subject to vandalism.

    Mr. Powell commented that the state parks would have statistics on the percentage of users that pay and their effectiveness. He felt that this type of program had been effective; that people who used the resource were generally willing to pay. Ms. Mollander felt that it was important to tie any kind of user fee to results. A type of report card would present the amount of dollars collected with a listing of administrative costs followed by projects that were completed.

  7. MANAGER’S REQUEST FOR AGENDA CHANGES - None
  8. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
  9. Rosallee Walker, representing the Juneau Chapter of Blacks in Government, stated that in her report to the national office in Washington D.C. she would report that Juneau celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday in a community fashion. The Baha’i Youth Workshop assisted in this celebration. She thanked Mayor Egan and staff for their help. She stated that, due to the size of her organization, they only sponsor one event a year and that is Martin Luther King, JR’s birthday. Her organization used Centennial Hall and applauded the new system which reduces the rental cost for non-profit organizations.

    Mayor Egan commended Ms. Walker for all her hard work she put into that celebration.

    Joe Sonnaman, Juneau World Affairs Council, invited the Assembly to the town meeting with a World Bank representative on February 4, 1998.

  10. CONSENT AGENDA

Mr. Perkins requested the removal of B-2, Resolution No. 1917, from the Consent Agenda for the purposes of amendment. Ms. Muñoz asked that A-1, Ordinance No. 98-04, be removed from the Consent Agenda.

Assembly Action:

MOTION - by Garrett, to adopt the Consent Agenda with the removal of A-1 and B-2, and asked unanimous consent. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

A. Ordinances for Introduction

2. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AE)

AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING TO THE MANAGER THE SUM OF $15,200 FOR PRODUCTION OF A VIDEO ON JUNEAU AREA HISTORY BY THE JUNEAU DOULGAS CITY MUSEUM.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular meeting.

B. Resolutions

1. Resolution No. 1916

A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE ALASKA CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO ENDORSE NAMING OF THE JUNEAU FEDERAL BUILDING IN HONOR OF HURFF SAUNDERS.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that this resolution be adopted.

C. Liquor Licenses:

    1. New Liquor License:

Specialty Imports; Specialty Imports, Inc; Pres/Shawn Beck; Sec-Treas/Gary Griffeth; 5391 Commercial Blvd; Mail: 4119 Ingra Street, Anchorage, AK 99803.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that the Assembly withdraw its right to protest the new liquor license for Specialty Imports as reported.

D. Bid Award:

    1. Contract No. E97-499:

BARTLETT REGIONAL HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that the Assembly approve, contingent upon the protest period requirements being met on January 29th, award of the Base Bid and Alternatives 1, 2 and 4 to Coogan Construction Company for a total award in the amount of $2,911,836.00.

A-1 Ordinance No. 98-04

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH TO CHANGE THE ZOINING OF TOWNSITE OF JUENAU, BLOCK 22, LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 AND 8.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular meeting.

Mr. Garrett only understood one condition of the ordinance, not two as was stated. Ms. Muñoz referred to other zoning districts which had a height restriction and questioned whether a conditional use process allowed that restriction to be overturned or if a more stringent process was needed.

Public Participation: None at this time.

Assembly Action:

MOTION - by Garrett, to introduce Ordinance No. 98-04 as scheduled for public hearing at the next regular Assembly meeting. There being no objection it was so ordered.

B-2 Resolution No. 1917

A RESOLUTION ELECTING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RETIREMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM ESTABLISHED IN CHAPTER 4, OF THE SESSION LAWS OF ALASKA, 1996, FIRST SPECIAL SESSION OF THE NINETEENTH LEGISLATURE, AND AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER 92, OF THE SESSION LAWS OF ALASKA, 1997, AND AUTHORIZING THE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO FUND THE COST OF PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that this resolution be adopted.

Public Participation: None at this time.

Assembly Action:

MOTION - by Perkins, to amend Resolution 1917, Section 2 from $819,740 to $884,761 and Section 3 from $8,847.61 to $8,197, and asked for unanimous consent. There being no objection it was so ordered.

Mr. Garrett felt that while there may be savings in out years, the initial costs may be higher for the first six years of implementation. He asked for an analysis of what has happened, the pending obligation required in the three-year pay out and the cost of replacing those employees, what grade those new employees would be placed at and whether or not the city would actually save that much money. Mr. Palmer said the city’s savings are calculated over the first three years in spreadsheets which indicate savings for all three years. He said he would provide this information to the Assembly members.

  1. ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING
  2. 1. Ordinance No. 98-02

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING CODE TO ESTABLISH THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DWELLING UNITS ALLOWABLE IN THE GENERAL COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL ZONES.

    Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that this ordinance be adopted.

    Public Participation: None

    Assembly Action:

    MOTION - by Hagevig, to move Ordinance No. 98-02 and asked for unanimous consent. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

  3. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - None
  4. NEW BUSINESS

    1. Protest of Liquor License Application Involuntary Retransfer.

The new Penthouse; Senate Partnership, Inc.; Pres/Margaret Garrison; VP & Treas/Hugh Grant; Sec/Bruce Denton; 175 S. Franklin Street; Mail: 5156 Glacier Hwy, Juneau, Alaska 99801; transfer of ownership under AS 04.11.360 (4)(b) from The Penthouse, Inc.; Pres/Ofelia Pajinag; VP/Ron Burns; Sec-Treas/Gilles Mesdag; same location & dba.

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager added that since the staff report was written, the City Attorney’s office and the parties involved in the application have paid the delinquent taxes and he recommended that the city not protest the transfer of the liquor license.

Assembly Action:

MOTION - by Muñoz, to have the Assembly waive their right to protest this liquor license and asked for unanimous consent. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

  1. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

A. Manager’s Report - Action Items

    1. Lemon Creek Land Trade
    2. Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that the Assembly approve the authorization of negotiations of the land trade.

      Assembly Action:

      MOTION - by Hagevig, to approve an authorization for the City Manager to commence negotiations with Mr. Corso for a land trade in the Lemon Creek area, specifically to provide a better access to CBJ property.

      Ms. Muñoz referred to a letter in the Empire speaking of development along the green belt and the trail that goes into the Lemon Creek Valley. She asked if the trail would be protected with an adequate greenbelt. Mr. Gilbertson said the Lemon Creek trail was not part of the property being considered in this land trade. He added that the city must consider the land transfer issue in terms of overall development in the valley such as access to the trail, icefield and other trailheads which might be developed. He added that a land trade would give the CBJ some additional opportunities.

      Mr. MacKinnon asked if this trade consisted of all the Horecny property shown on the map. Mr. Gilbertson said the trade would consist of property beginning at Costco, at Ralph’s Way, and go up the rest of the valley toward the Goldbelt holdings. The Horecny land exists on both sides of Lemon Creek and includes the streambed. Most of this land is not developable, but has value in terms of establishing greenbelts along Lemon Creek and getting some of the operations away from it.

      Mr. MacKinnon noted some erosion problems with the land and asked if the transfer would mean that the city would then be responsible for stream bank erosion along the road. Mr. Gilbertson stated that the erosion issue would be addressed in the negotiations. A recent lawsuit between Goldbelt and Mr. Horecny over the haul road led to a decision that 90 percent of the cost to maintain that road was the responsibility of Goldbelt and 10 percent was the responsibility of Mr. Horecny. A granted Corp of Engineers permit would allow Mr. Horecny to do some work to stabilize the road. The city’s goal is to make sure that the property is in an acceptable condition at the time of transfer. The transfer would probably occur two to three years from now in order for Mr. Horecny to do work along the creek.

      Mr. MacKinnon commented that acquiring this property would be in the city’s best interest.

      There being no objections to the motion , it was so ordered.

    3. Tourism Survey

Administrative Report: Attached. The Manager recommended that the Assembly approve the authorization of negotiations of the land trade.

Mr. Perkins understood that funds would not exceed $11,500 for an updated tourism survey.

Ms. Hagevig understood, in conversations with the deputy manager, that a different decision had been made and that it would probably be in the best interest of CBJ to put this proposal out on a very short-term RFP requesting proposals from various vendors in town. Mr. Powell was in agreement.

Ms. Hagevig explained that she had received an estimated cost for both a 300 and a 500-person survey. She preferred, as did the Tourism Advisory Committee, to stay with the 500 number.

Assembly Action:

MOTION by Perkins, to have a 500-person survey, not to exceed $11,500 as requested, with the remaining funds to come from the Assembly Hospitality Account.

Mr. Perkins explained that in order to get an RFP out in a short process time and to not have a single source protest, it was important to put it out in an RFP and get it done. If lower numbers were chosen, it might be hard to get a good product in the end.

Mr. MacKinnon objected to the 500 figure as he felt a 300-person sample size was sufficient.

ROLL CALL:

Yeas: Perkins, Powell, Garrett, Hagevig, Koelsch, Muñoz, Egan

Nays: MacKinnon

Motion passes 7:1

B. Manager’s Report - Information Items

    1. RFP Process

Administrative Report: Mr. Palmer noted that the Assembly had asked staff to look at the RFP process in terms of past experiences and how improvements could be made in the future. After two meetings with department heads and with staff who purchase things in the departments, the recommendations included: 1) a training program for staff writing RFP’s; 2) using designated people within departments to develop RFP’s; 3) develop a standard process for evaluating RFP’s; 4) changing the process to allow folks who score the RFP’s to collaborate with each other; 5) removing the existing RFP process from the appeal procedure because the RFP decision remains a somewhat subjective process as it is not just decided on cost; 6) identify the projects that may create concern for the Assembly and assure complete, accurate, and timely information exchanges; and 7) to hire consultants on complicated issues such as the phone system.

Ms. Hagevig referred to the extra points which are allotted for companies who have a local presence in the community and asked if this issue had been discussed. Mr. Palmer felt the city needed to be more specific on when they write on a RFP regarding the scope of work. He said suggestions were made which would require the office to be open for six months before an RFP could be issued.

Ms. Hagevig clarified that her concern was having expertise in residence, not just having a physical presence in the CBJ. Mr. Palmer suggested that the Assembly would have to decide whether or not the ordinance was to support businesses within the community or if it was to have expertise within the CBJ. He suggested splitting these two issues up; allowing some points for one and points for the other.

Mr. Garrett felt the Assembly should consider an ordinance altering the current appeal process, as recommended in the memo.

Ms. Hagevig praised the concept of staff collaboration when scoring the RFP’s and recommended the removal of "allow" and adding another word such as "require".

    1. Attorney’s Report

1. Engen vs. CBJ

Mr. Corso reminded the Assembly of the case where Mr. Roger Engen sued the city. Mr. Engen had sought to control a sewer easement on a sewer line operated and maintained by the city. The city prevailed in that lawsuit and the Superior Court awarded compensation against Mr. Engen in the amount of $13,500 for attorney’s bills.

2. ComTech Conference

Mr. Corso noted that he would be speaking at the ComTech conference on Law of the Internet; copyrights, trademarks and whether or not a contract is formed when tearing open a bag of software.

  1. MAYOR’S REPORT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

    1. Revised Pending Items – None
    2. Unappropriated General Fund Unreserved Fund Balance $52.035.00 as of 2/2/98.

C. Assembly Contingency Fund Balance - None

  1. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
  2. A. Committee Reports

    1. Committee of the Whole

    Mr. MacKinnon reported that the Committee of the Whole was scheduled to meet February 9, 1998, to discuss a briefing on the Snettisham purchase and to receive a presentation by the Harbor’s Board on proposed deck-overs of the cruise ship terminal and Marine Park as well as tonnage fees.

    2. Finance Committee

    Mr. Perkins stated that beginning early next week, the Manager’s office would be going through the departments to discuss their budgets. March would begin the budget process with the committee taking up these issues on Wednesday nights. Regarding the status of external investment portfolio process, it was resolved with the hire of an investment manager.

    3. Committee on Committees

    Mr. Powell reported that they had received a report from the ADA Committee and could provide a copy of that report upon request. He said the ADA Committee would like to remove the sunset provision and the resolution that created the committee and this issue would come before the Assembly for consideration. He said the ADA committee would like to provide community education on ADA related issues.

    Mr. Powell moved the following names forward for consideration by the Assembly:

    James Rehfield for the Energy Advisory Committee;

    Vance O’Shea to the Fisheries Development Committee;

    Keith Aki to the International Relations Advisory Committee

    Mr. Powell stated the following appointments were to be confirmed this evening:

    MOTION – by Powell, to confirm the appointment of Toby Clark to the 1% for Art: Riverbend School. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

    MOTION – by Powell, to confirm the appointment of Paul Gardinier and Jackie Kaufman to the 1% for Art: Public Safety Building. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

    4. Human Resources Committee

    Ms. Muñoz said the Human Resources Committee met to discuss the for-hire vehicle code revisions. They organized the issues into three main topics; goals and policies, minimum standards and enforcement, and administration. She stated that each topic would be given two months for review, allowing involvement by the public during the process. The next meeting was scheduled for February 9, 1998, to review goals and policies. The following two weeks were allotted for public written comment. She asked Assembly members who receive calls about this issue to refer them to Ms. Miller in the Clerk’s office.

    Mr. Perkins asked if the public should be giving input on the goals and policies right now. Ms. Muñoz clarified that the committee wants to prepare something that will give the public something to refer to in their comments.

    5. Lands & Resources Committee

    Mr. Powell stated that the Lands and Resource Committee meeting was canceled for February 11, 1998. The next meeting would occur on February 25, 1998.

    6. Public Works & Facilities Committee

    Mr. Garrett said the Public Works and Facilities Committee scheduled a meeting for February 11, 1998 to discuss the phone system. He asked Mr. Buck to prepare a spreadsheet analysis listing money that the CBJ had appropriated in prior years to capital projects that are not yet in action for review.

    7. Strategic Policy Committee

    Ms. Hagevig reported that the Strategic Policy Committee met on January 20, 1998, with various contractors. The actual vision recommendations, along with the resolution, would be coming before the Assembly as soon as the contractors were finished.

    B. Board Liaison Reports

    Mayor Egan said the Alaska Committee would not meet on Wednesday, but Thursday. ComTech starts Thursday. The meeting with the delegation had been postponed until February 18, 1998.

    Mr. MacKinnon noted that the Committee of the Whole met recently to discuss the case of Juneau v. Headland Flusher in an executive session.

    Assembly Action:

    MOTION – by MacKinnon, to go into executive session following a short break to receive an update of this case. There being no objection, it was so ordered.

    B R E A K

    8:05 p.m. – 8:20 p.m.

    E X E C U T I V E S E S S I O N

    8:20 p.m. – 8:42p.m.

    Mr. MacKinnon reported that a press release would be given on February 3, 1998, regarding Juneau v. Headland Flusher.

  3. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS
  4. Mr. Koelsch reported he serves on an RFP committee for the new high school. He would be discussing this project with Ms. Rue and Ms. Rubedeau on the radio tomorrow morning.

    He asked Mr. Corso if an easement sale could be switched to an outright property sale at the same Assembly meeting. Mr. Corso responded that a property sale would require an ordinance which would have to be introduced and set for action no less than seven days later. An easement requires a resolution which could be taken up in one meeting. He said the Assembly could consider the merits of both an easement and a property sale at the same time, but could only enact one. Mr. Koelsch asked if an ordinance for an outright sale could be included in the packet. Mr. Corso noted that this ordinance would be included in the next meeting when both issues came before the body for adoption.

    Mr. Perkins thanked staff for taking care of sidewalk snow removal at the new Riverbend School. He noted the lack of regard for the speed zones in that area and asked that the police chief be alerted of that situation.

    Ms. Muñoz said the transfer of Capital School to the Legislative Affairs Agency would be before the Assembly on February 9, 1998. She commented that the Assembly had clearly indicated that the gymnasium should be kept open for public use and that the actual agreement has restrictions on use.

    Ms. Muñoz referred to a letter in the paper regarding the road out near Mendenhall Mall and asked that this issue be discussed in the Public Works Committee.

    Ms. Hagevig noted that the Alaska Municipal League and Conference of Mayors meeting held in Juneau was well received. On Saturday, a group met with people from the National Association of Counties to inspect the facilities. This association was pleased with the type of facilities offered at Centennial Hall and hotel space. She will be out of town February 6 to 16, 1998. She asked the Assembly’s role in the high school process. Mayor Egan asked Mr. Koelsch to give the Assembly a brief report including the direction the Assembly should or should not take in this process.

    Mr. Palmer said the City Manager’s office was scheduled to work on the management team of the new high school process. He asked that this subject be included under Information Items at the next meeting.

    Mr. Koelsch explained that the RFP was narrowed to two bidders. Both applicants gave excellent presentations. Comments on equity, whether or not there should be one high school instead of two equitable schools were among the concerns raised at the meeting.

    Mr. Palmer commented that Ms. Fritz was negotiating a contract. The RFP contains language that the Manager’s office would participate in this process.

    Mr. Koelsch asked to return to the ordinance versus resolution in order to clarify what the Assembly was directing Mr. Corso to do. Mr. Corso felt an ordinance had more authority and was sufficient for either use. He would prepare a single piece of legislation ordinance with alternative paragraphs.

    Mr. Garrett asked if the street light on Simpson Street could be turned on.

    Mr. Powell referred to the ADA Committee requests; improve signage in town in regards to placing signs in the correct places and increasing the number of signs, to improve accessible transportation by increasing the hours of service, having Closed Captioned TV for the televising of the Assembly meetings, and have a TDD in the hospital addition.

    Mr. MacKinnon noted that the lights on Glacier Avenue and Tenth Street were out. Mr. Palmer said this circuit has been a problem.

    Mr. MacKinnon said Goldbelt was proposing a road from Echo Cove to Cascade Point. Comments on this proposal were due next Monday. Mr. Beadle asked if the Assembly would submit a resolution in support of a road. There being no objection, Mr. Corso was directed to draft a resolution.

    Mayor Egan noted that the streetlights were out on Glacier Avenue by the Aware Shelter. He noted that 15 Southeast mayors met after the AML Board meeting. The Regional 2A-basketball tournament would be held in Juneau. Mr. Gleason, a member of the 5A committee and ASA Board, would meet with various people via teleconference to assure them that this decision was not Juneau’s fault.

    The conference also passed three resolutions which were almost identical to the CBJ resolutions on the Pacific Salmon Treaty, the Malaspina as a day boat and commercial fishing in Glacier Bay.

    ComTech begins February 3, 1998, with the show opening, followed by a reception. The City Manager would travel to Washington D.C. to meet with NOAA and Mayor Egan would travel there on February 28, 1998, to meet with Senator Stevens, Senator Murkowski and Representative Young on this issue.

    The CBJ received a new resolution from Haines. There are two new community service officers which will hopefully alleviate complaints on loading zone violations, parking violations and litter control.

  5. CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS - None
  6. ADJOURNMENT - There being no further business to come before the Assembly, and no objection, the meeting adjourned at 9:07 p.m.

 

Signed: ________________________________

Mayor Egan

 

Countersigned: ________________________________

Marian Miller, Clerk